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Vijay Singh's odds to win the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament were listed at +6000 for a payout potential of $6000 on every $100 bet at Submitted by Dan Shapiro on, Apr/08/2009
Among the biggest movers and shakers when it comes to odds of winning the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament, none are more fluid than Geoff Ogilvy.
Sergio Garcia's odds to win the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament ranged from +1800 to +3300. The best odds Gambling911.com could find, +3300, could pay out $3300 for every $100 bet and were availa
What is so compelling about Padraig Harrington's odds to win the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament is that he is coming off rare back-to-back wins in the British Open. Gambling911.com found +1600 o
Phil Mickelson odds to win the 2009 US Open Golf Tournament were listed anywhere from +650 to +800. The best payout odds found by Gambling911.com, +800, were available at Submitted by Dan Shapiro on, Apr/08/2009
As we head into Wednesday, Gambling911.com has been monitoring odds on the 2009 US Open across the board. Of most significance are the Tiger Woods 2009 US Masters odds. These range anywhere fro
Looking at the SBG Global odds on the 2009 US Open a few things really pop out at us here at Gambling911.com.
First off, we can't help but notice that SBG Global initially had Geoff Ogilvy lumped in around +5000 odds. He's now at +1100 odds there for a payout potential of $1100 on every $100 bet. Apparently SBG has gotten some decent action on Ogilvy. This makes sense considering the Australian had won the 2006 US Open.
While those residing in the United States can bet on the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament, they might not necessarily get the best odds. Betting on the US Masters Golf is more lucrative it seems a
Looking for the best 2009 US Masters odds for your favorite golfer? Gambling911.com has reviewed some of the favorites to win, all of whom have much longer odds than Tiger Woods of course. Note
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Betting on the 2009 US Masters Golf Tournament was expected to be brisk this week leading up to the four day event Thursday.
Inevitably more than half of those betting on the 2009 US Masters will be placing their wagers on the favorite Tiger Woods. And that's probably a safe bet considering his success over the years.
Odds to win the 2009 Masters are now available at betED.com.
"The US Masters has become one of the most bet on events, particularly when it comes to the futures," said Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor of Gambling911.com. "And there is always one constant with every US Masters - actually every golf event in general - Tiger Woods is going to be the favorite provided he's participating."
And this year, Tiger is indeed playing.
Tiger Woods returns to the PGA Tour this week as part of the Accenture Championship.
Tiger Woods, still ranked No. 1 in the world even though he hasn't played since winning the 2008 U.S.
Irish bookmakers do not have Irish eyes a smiling' with the back-to-back wins from Ireland's native son, professional golfer Padraig Harrington.
There was a time when odds makers would question why betting on golf was so "unpopular" when compared with most of the other major sports wagering activity.
The 2008 British Open winner is Padraig Harrington.
Padraig Harrington was the reigning British Open champion and came in with 22/1 odds at Sportingbet, which was currently offering excellent payout odds on the upcoming Ryder Cup (September 16-21).
It's the final day of the 2008 British Open Sunday and odds were still available on this very tight event coming into the AM hours.
2008 British Open betting odds were once again available following play of Day 2 and it was a Korean golfer who ended the day in the lead.
With 66/1 odds heading into Friday's play of the 2008 British Open, Greg Norman continued to excel and took over sole position of the lead.
As could be expected after Day One of play, odds to win the 2008 British Open have changed - rather dramatically in some cases.
No longer is Rocco Mediate a 125/1 long shot. He led the pack heading into Friday and has managed to maintain just a semblance of that value with 16/1 odds or +1600, with the potential to payo out $1600 for every $100 bet at Diamond Sports (a BetCRIS company).